Angela for Development and Humanitarian Response is a non-profitable foundation based in Yemen. It was established on June 2016, license No. (43) from the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor by a group of academicians specialized in development and Humanitarian response.

The foundation has been implementing a range of humanitarian and development projects in line with the objectives set. The Foundation has carried out 110 projects in 9 governorates. The Foundation has implemented many projects in the areas of Food Security, Education, WASH, Protection, Shelter, Economic Empowerment and Improving Livelihoods, and has targeted many governorates, including (Amanat Al Asimah Sana'a - Al Hudaydah Hajjah - Ibb - Aden –lahj - Amran – Taiz - Abyan). The Foundation has qualified administrative and engineering cadres in all fields and disciplines. The foundation has international partners such as: Un women, GIZ, USAID Yemen, Islamic Relief, Human Concern International, Imadad Relief, Save the Children, Global Communities, UNFPA, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

  • Providing basic health, psychological and nutritional requirements for targeted women.
  • Building the capabilities of women who are most in need and most capable and capable of producing to meet societal needs.
  • Providing opportunities to improve the livelihoods of target groups.

• Self-sufficient women active in society.

• Transparency: Dealing with relevant stakeholders with a high level of credibility, transparency, and information exchange • Neutrality: Dealing with all parties and stakeholders with absolute impartiality • Accountability and community participation: Activating effective participation and establishing the principle of accountability with society and stakeholders at all stages of design, implementation and evaluation of interventions. • Professionalism and focus on quality impact: Always striving to achieve sustainable, high-quality added value

We provide the basic health, psychological and nutritional requirements and contribute to building the capabilities and empowerment of the women most in need and most capable of producing economically to achieve sustainable livelihoods, in adherence to the values of transparency, neutrality, accountability, community participation, as well as professionalism and a focus on quality impact.